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Friday, August 26, 2005

iPod iChing - turbulent times

Lazy friday and it is time to consult the iPod oracle on a question of scientific import:

Oh, great and mighty iPod - in warm ╬▒ accretion disks, is magneto-rotational instability induced turbulence really the dominant source of effective bulk viscosity?

Whoosh. The randomizer whooshes.


  • The Covering: Party Girl - U2
  • The Crossing: Do Anything you Wanna Do - Eddie and the Hot Rods
  • The Crown: Mr Brightside - The Killers
  • The Root: The Crawdad Song - Twin Sisters
  • The Past: Marche slave - 1812 overture
  • The Future: Zu Hilfe! - Magic Flute
  • The Questioner: Message in a Bottle - The Police
  • The House: Possibly Maybe - Björk
  • The Inside: If You're Happy and You Know it - Twin Sister
  • The Outcome: Should I Stay or Should I Go - Clash


Strangely, I just noticed during play that #11 is "Eddie" from Rocky Horror Picture Show.
And #12 is "Everyday I write the Book" - erie.


As always, the Key as explained by Sean

Oh dear, the iPod has hit its limits; much like God, it too does not know nor can we ever reach consensus;

As the High Priest, I read, and I declare - MRI turbulence is sometimes a dominant source of bulk viscosity, but not necessarily always; and the community will not reach a consensus on this.

How very disappointing.

No! We must not let our faith flag; it is my fault, I asked a poorly phrased question. The iPod answered as best it could given the foolishness of the Questioner.

Mea culpa, mea maxima culpa.

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